CEO Jack Dorsey said it is investing in product changes that will result in "healthier conversations for those who use our service, including advertisers and partners."
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Say you don't want to completely block or unfriend your ex. Facebook now has tools to better manage when relationships end.
Skype is rolling out advertising in its Windows client in a move that will give it a third revenue stream to go with per minute call rates and business usage.
Google and Facebook are already fierce ad rivals and that reality isn't going away given the social networking giant is now exposing 2 trillion public posts to its search.
What does Klout bring to the social enterprise software table? That's a good question that only Lithium seems to know.
Forrester finds that Generation Y has a relatively favorable opinion of business tech. What does that mean for the enterprise 2.0 barbarians at the gate?
As I approach my 1 millionth briefing about how all businesses will be social and how enterprise apps are like Facebook, I can't help but wonder what happens if we all get sick of Mark Zuckerberg's creation at once.
Salesforce.com acquired Radian6, a social media monitoring service, for $326 million in cash and stock.
Facebook's metrics were solid across the board. Operating margins in the third quarter were 37 percent, up from 20 percent a year ago.
With Facebook unifying its desktop and mobile experiences at the expense of design pyrotechnics it's possible that other companies will follow.